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  • Stephen F. Schaal, M.D. Fund in Cardiology

    Established May 7, 2004, with gifts from Helen M. Lyon Allison of Columbus, Ohio, in loving memory of her husband, Irvin, and in honor of the extraordinary work of Dr. Stephen F. Schaal (MD 1964); used to support research and training in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine in the College of Medicine on cardiovascular diseases, including such things as graduate fellowships, equipment, consumable supplies for research, and other costs of an active researcher. Revised August 25, 2017.

  • Cardiac Imaging Research Fund

    The fund supports research activities that advance and apply magnetic resonance imaging to the heart and blood vessels. This advanced research yields more accurate, less invasive ways of detecting cardiovascular disease, and guides development of new approaches for its prevention and treatment.

  • Protein Therapeutics Research Fund in Surgery

    For medical research in Department of Surgery on cell repair and protein therapeutics (such as MG53), regenerative medicine, muscle physiology/disease or other areas related to cardiovascular, diabetes, cancer, neurological and other diseases as well as on aging, as undertaken by Jianjie Ma, PhD (or successor) as approved by department chairman or his/her designee

  • Bob and Corrine Frick Chair in Heart Failure

    Established April 7, 2017, with gifts from Bob and Corrine Frick of Westerville, Ohio; used to support a chair position for a nationally or internationally recognized physician faculty member in the specialty of heart failure in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, including the OSU Heart and Vascular Center and the Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital.

  • The Cardiology Recruitment and Development Fund

    Established June 4, 1999, by John G. McCoy through The Foundation. Income supports faculty recruitment and development in the Division of Cardiology, which includes recruiting national eminent physicians, faculty and researchers to the Division and the H eart and Lung Institute, developing and maintaining academic excellence and leadership for cardiovascular research, education and training, and commitment to quality patient care, diagnostics, technology, and treatment in an academic medical center.

  • Bob and Corrine Frick Chair in Cardiac Electrophysiology

    Established January 29, 2016, with gifts made in honor of Ralph S. Augostini, MD from Bob and Corrine Frick of Westerville, Ohio; used to support a chair position for a nationally or internationally recognized physician faculty member in the specialty of clinical cardiac electrophysiology in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine (the Division), including the OSU Heart and Vascular Center (the Center), with preference given to a candidate who has clinical and research interests including electrophysiology, pacing and ablation.

  • Heit Heart Health Fund

    Fund shall support heart related research and education focusing on the relationship between genetics, exercise and the prevention and treatment of heart disease in women through collaborative undertakings between SHPI and the Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital (or the OSU Heart and Vascular Center). Funding can also be used to support initiatives that focus on the relationship between the effects of cancer treatments and the development of heart disease in women and how exercise can impact health outcomes. The medical research shall be undertaken by the director of Women’s Cardiovascular Medicine (Dr. Martha Gulati or successor) or by the director of the Dorothy M. Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute (Dr. Peter Mohler or successor) or by other heart faculty members in collaborative units.

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